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Originally Posted by DIYDeath View Post

Then say that, lol. Don't do this silly passive aggressive "That's your opinion and you're entitled to it" nonsense. :/

I thought it was self explanatory. It's impossible to argue that -102'c is air cooling, so I thought it obvious I replying to a different part of your post.
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Originally Posted by Brimlock View Post

The only way I would see it as killing OCing, is if NVidia was purposely lowering how much overclocking could be done. I get that from a benchmakers standpoint this is terrible, but for gamers a card that can by itself bring out almost the max potential on its own is impressive.

From my perspective it looks like they just used up most of the OC headroom for the base clock/boost clock. It's kind of like every 080 comes pre-overclocked. So if you buy cards for the OCing value...yeah, the 1080 isn't worth it. But if you're buying it for raw performance and see any OC potential as bonus then the card holds its own. It certainly is a little overpriced but that's what happens in a monopoly, amd just can't compete with Nvidia's high end until crossfire is a viable option for DX11/DX12.
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Originally Posted by Oj010 View Post

I thought it was self explanatory. It's impossible to argue that -102'c is air cooling, so I thought it obvious I replying to a different part of your post.

It was self explanatory, I'm not sure what you're trying to get at here, you said something that came across as super passive aggressive and I called you on that because there's no need for that nonsense when you can just say what you mean. In any case it's not important and I'm not interested in debating semantics.
Edited by DIYDeath - 6/8/16 at 3:03pm
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Originally Posted by ZealotKi11er View Post

So Nvidia has been trying to kill overclocking since GPU Boost 1.0.

GTX 590 owners SweClockers ruined it for the rest of us wink.gif

FTFY. biggrin.gif


Edited by looniam - 6/8/16 at 3:00pm
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Don't know if this was posted but Tiny Tom got the STIRX

http://www.overclock3d.net/reviews/gpu_displays/asus_gtx_1080_strix_review/1

2100mhz or actually 2050mhz before OCing biggrin.gif


68C at measly 2050 MHz? Not too impressed.

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Did he just confirm a 1080 Lightning at 16:13? rolleyes.gifbiggrin.gif

Curious, he actually confirmed a Lightning inbound eh if MSI wasn't blowing smoke at him.
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68C at measly 2050 MHz? Not too impressed.
Curious, he actually confirmed a Lightning inbound eh if MSI wasn't blowing smoke at him.

Eh, seems like its inline with everyone else.

As for the MSI comment goes... He doesn't sound like he's speculating the way he worded it.
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The only way I would see it as killing OCing, is if NVidia was purposely lowering how much overclocking could be done. I get that from a benchmakers standpoint this is terrible, but for gamers a card that can by itself bring out almost the max potential on its own is impressive.

Well they will do the overclocking for you and sell you "Overclocked" performance.
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Well they will do the overclocking for you and sell you "Overclocked" performance.

That's what AIB cards do anyways. They increase the clock of the card that is stable and safe and sell it to you for a premium. The only reason to consider an AIB at that point is if the stock cards can't maintain those speeds at a stable rate.
Edited by Brimlock - 6/8/16 at 4:16pm
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Seeing these various figures barely edging past 2000 MHz sometimes, my biggest concern is whether the larger/hotter GP102 will consistently breach 2 GHz itself. It would be the most OCD-irritating thing to get a 1080 Ti/2080 that tops out at like 1990 MHz/1.99 GHz or something.
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Seeing these various figures barely edging past 2000 MHz sometimes, my biggest concern is whether the larger/hotter GP102 will consistently breach 2 GHz itself. It would be the most OCD-irritating thing to get a 1080 Ti/2080 that tops out at like 1990 MHz/1.99 GHz or something.

It will also have a larger surface area, so if will most likely be identical
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Seeing these various figures barely edging past 2000 MHz sometimes, my biggest concern is whether the larger/hotter GP102 will consistently breach 2 GHz itself. It would be the most OCD-irritating thing to get a 1080 Ti/2080 that tops out at like 1990 MHz/1.99 GHz or something.

Whats with the name GP102 over GP100 for the next Titan/Ti card?

Also with my luck if I was to buy this card (the 1080) I would be the unlucky schmuck that couldn't get it to OC past 1999Mhz biggrin.gif
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